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Bullfighting has been banned in Spain so this building appears to be semi-abandoned and in need of some exterior grounds keeping. It is still an interesting site and one that is frequented by tour groups. Our guide told us that she has attended some musical...More
They say that this bullring is older than the Colosseum. You can walk around it on the white and blue tiles (very well done, but did not find out id this is a renovation.) Concrete seating all around.
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Extraordinary building of severe execution. A majestic scenario.
On the other hand, its vision has awakened on me a painful feeling, partly because of the type of show (Fiesta) for which it was built, with a load of animal suffering, and, on the other hand,...More
As part of a tour we stopped here. Nothing going on but the place was open to all. We could walk inside the ring or climb the stairs to the top seat and everything in between. Worth it if you have never been to one...More
We got off the hop on hop off stop at plaza de espagna and walked about 20 minutes to the Plaza de Toros. Its free to see and doors are open. The site is so beautiful we went down to where the bulls were and...More
Tried going multiple times during my trip. I finally went right at opening time and was rewarded with being the only person there. Worth it to climb to the top for the view of palma's residential neighborhood in the background. Beautiful architecture
Bullfighting has been banned in Spain for some time now. The Baleares coliseum which has a 75 year history is one of the iconic buildings in Palma. It appears to be semi abandoned. Entrance fee is free. Tour groups seem to include a visit to...More